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Ral Partha 01-114 Thieves (2 of 4)


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This is what I finished up this morning during the Dean family paint and chat session.  My brother, my two sons, and I are all gamers, so we try to have a weekly chat to discuss what we’ve been playing and/or reading, often to the accompaniment of brushes rattling in cleaning water.

 

These guys were primed back in March 2020, after I got home from Cincycon where I had spent the weekend worrying about the looming pandemic and playing Chaos Wars.  I painted one of the four thieves in this set promptly, and then set everything aside.  

 

This week I have been thinking about whether I had the figures (in old style small 25mm) to support a game of D&D (original brown booklets style, most likely) and that prompted me to pull out some of the already-primed things at hand.

 

Sculpting by Tom Meier…

 

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1 hour ago, 72moonglum said:

Very nice Rob, are you going to paint the other two from the same set?


Funny you should ask that; one I did back in 2020, but the 4th one was my lunch time speed paint (~45 minutes starting from white primer with a black wash already over it from 2020).

 

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Here’s the 2020 one:

 

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3 hours ago, Rob Dean said:


Funny you should ask that; one I did back in 2020, but the 4th one was my lunch time speed paint (~45 minutes starting from white primer with a black wash already over it from 2020).

 

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Here’s the 2020 one:

 

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Happy to see them!

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